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As people become increasingly wrapped up in social media, networking is in danger of becoming a lost art. Networking is still the most reliable way to get promoted, land lucrative contracts, and find choice jobs.
Everybody should know how to be a good networker, both online and off-line. Network relationships are most powerful when based on real-world connections, and social media can help by keeping these connections alive. Read on to learn how to blend classic techniques with modern social media.
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If you consider cold calling to be a useless sales technique, think again. Successful cold calling can open new doors, bring in new clients, and grow your personal network.
Making cold calls is not for everybody, but if you are an entrepreneur you already possess the drive and passion necessary for making cold calls successful.
We posted a new infographic on creating a great mobile web experience.
There are over 1.1 billion global smart phone users, with 8.6 Android devices and 4.6 iOS devices sold every second.
Having a mobile site is no longer an option, it is a must for any consumer-facing business.
Check out our new infographic on how to make the best mobile web experience for your customers.
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In a few previous posts on mobile SEO I talked about on-page optimization tactics (keywords/content optimization, dealing with duplicate content issues, etc). Today I’d like to make an attempt in addressing a question we’ve been asked a lot lately: “How to get this mobile site to show up on Google?”
In a nutshell:
1) Currently the best way to get your mobile site to show up on Google is to focus your efforts on desktop site SEO (with a mobile redirect in place).
2) Simply adding meta tags or optimizing keywords is not enough (unless the competition is very low).
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For any business, getting customers is a top concern. But are all customers created equal?
For a marketing agency or a freelancer, the best customers can become indispensable in growing your business. Your worst customers can suck up your time and energy, send your costs through the roof and jeopardize the success of their own projects while providing little in return in terms of referrals or testimonials.
Besides paying on time and other revenue-related advantages, your best customers do so much more for you.
Here is a recording of today’s webinar on how to use our Mobile Campaigns module, create your custom CSS classes in piJnz, and also – our first external module – Facebook Like Locker:
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You’ve probably heard the terms “mobile landing page”, “mobile website” and “mobile microsite” a thousands times by now. What’s the difference between these three, and in what situations should each be used?
43 Americans convert to a smart phone every minute.
See our new infographic on how mobile technology is changing the way we do things.
On yesterday’s webinar on mobile SEO we discussed why responsive design is not the best choice for conversion-oriented sites, how to prevent potential SEO issues related to serving your mobile content on a separate domain (versus following the responsive design approach), and how to handle on-page mobile SEO on piJnz.
Below is the webinar recording as well as some answers to the questions that I could not get to during the webinar.
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One of the common concerns some of our resellers have expressed is about a client’s web developer. What if after you’ve sold a prospect on a need to have a mobile presence, they hire their web developer to build it?
First of all, it’s not the “web developer” you should be concerned with. Continue reading